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SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION

Innovation is about taking chances, not taking risks

What if? is the question that fuels innovation.


SolidWorks Simulation software takes the risk
out of what if and replaces it with an infinite
canvas to virtually test new ideas and bring
products to market faster.
SolidWorks Simulation is a complete suite of structural, functional, and flow analysis applications for every
designer in the product development process. The software is easy to use, yet powerful enough to tackle the
most complex design issues. It helps you to predict the performance of your design under real-world operating
conditions and to detect problems and correct them before prototyping, tooling, and production.
Integrated with the SolidWorks 3D CAD environment, SolidWorks Simulation unleashes your innovation by letting
you experiment with new configurations and materials as you designwhen innovation is free, but potential gains
are worth millions.

Dassault Systmes
SolidWorks Corp.
300 Baker Avenue
Concord, MA 01742 USA
Phone: 1 800 693 9000
Outside the US: +1 978 371 5011
Email: info@solidworks.com
www.solidworks.com

SolidWorks is a registered trademark of Dassault Systmes SolidWorks Corp. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their
respective owners. 2010 Dassault Systmes. All rights reserved. MKSIMDSENG0810

Scootchi by
Curventa Designworks LTD

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION
Innovation is about taking chances, not taking risks

What if? is the question that fuels innovation.


SolidWorks Simulation software takes the risk
out of what if and replaces it with an infinite
canvas to virtually test new ideas and bring
products to market faster.
SolidWorks Simulation is a complete suite of structural, functional, and flow analysis applications for every
designer in the product development process. The software is easy to use, yet powerful enough to tackle the
most complex design issues. It helps you to predict the performance of your design under real-world operating
conditions and to detect problems and correct them before prototyping, tooling, and production.
Integrated with the SolidWorks 3D CAD environment, SolidWorks Simulation unleashes your innovation by letting
you experiment with new configurations and materials as you designwhen innovation is free, but potential gains
are worth millions.

Dassault Systmes
SolidWorks Corp.
300 Baker Avenue
Concord, MA 01742 USA
Phone: 1 800 693 9000
Outside the US: +1 978 371 5011
Email: info@solidworks.com
www.solidworks.com

SolidWorks is a registered trademark of Dassault Systmes SolidWorks Corp. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their
respective owners. 2010 Dassault Systmes. All rights reserved. MKSIMDSENG0810

Scootchi by
Curventa Designworks LTD

SOLIDWORKS FLOW SIMULATION

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PROFESSIONAL

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PREMIUM

Easily simulate liquid and gas flow within SolidWorks

Perform virtual testing and analysis of parts and assemblies

Design better products with a comprehensive simulation tool

SolidWorks Flow Simulation software is a powerful computational fluid dynamics


(CFD) tool that enables you to quickly and easily simulate fluid flow, heat transfer,
and fluid forces that are critical to the success of your design.

SolidWorks Simulation Professional extends the capabilities of SolidWorks


Simulation, so you can expand your virtual testing environment to evaluate the
longevity of your design. It also allows you to measure complex load scenarios.

Simulating the real-world response of your design has never been easier. With the
full-featured suite of tools in SolidWorks Simulation Premium, you can reduce the
number of assumptions required in a world that is rarely linear or static.

Access a broad range of physical models and capabilities:

Study and optimize assemblies of all sizes:

Examine flow through your components, over your components, or both via
a combination of internal and external flows

Evaluate forces and stresses between contacting parts, including friction

Use connectors or virtual fasteners to model bolts, pins, springs, and bearings

SolidWorks Simulation Premium software bolsters the depth and the ease of
use of SolidWorks Simulation Professional with additional capabilities, including
a powerful set of tools for simulating nonlinear and dynamic response as well as
composite materials.

Bond components with clearances or gaps, without modification

Apply bearing loads, forces, pressures, and torques

Couple flow with thermal analysis, simulating convection, conduction, and


radiation effects
Let SolidWorks Flow Simulation find the best dimensions or inlet and outlet
conditions that satisfy your design goals, such as force, pressure drop, or velocity

Simulate complex flow problems,


such as this turbo charger with
rotating parts.

Use Trend Tracker and Design Insight plots to drive optimal changes as
you work

Minimize the material usage or


weight of your designs using shape
optimization technology.

Capture the effects of large displacements on your designs:


Examine the large deformations caused by overloads, contact, and


flexible materials

Transition easily between linear and nonlinear simulations

Study nonlinear buckling and snap-through events

Include sophisticated effects like porosity, cavitation, and humidity

Solve flow problems involving non-Newtonian fluids, such as blood and plastic

Simulate the rotation of impellers and fans using rotating coordinate frames

Simulate drop tests using your parts or assemblies:

Simulate products made with nonlinear materials:

Calculate acceleration loads, stresses, and displacements as the components


hit the floor or each other

Analyze assembly motions for process and task workflow with


eventbased simulation:

Leverage an unlimited combination of real-world operating conditions:


Apply inlet velocities, pressures, mass or volume flow rates, and fans

Simulate temperature changes by applying a surface or volume heat sources, and


accounting for solar radiation

Track the behavior of particles suspended in a flow

Apply time- and coordinate-dependent boundary conditions and heat sources

Visualize complex flow results, such


as flow trajectories, section plots,
and surface plot data.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry linear static analysis

Utilize the entirely new user interface to define motion studies based on
model event

Investigate designs with hyperelastic materials, such as rubbers, silicones, and


other elastomers
Conduct an elasto-plastic analysis to study the onset of yield as well as
plastic deformation

Virtually prototype the most


challenging machines with
event-based motion simulation.

Trigger actions through new motion sensors, time, or the completion of a


previous task

Gain valuable insights with powerful and intuitive results visualization tools:

Utilize section plots to study the distribution of results quantities, including


velocity, pressure, vorticity, temperature, and mass fraction

Examine creep effects and material changes with temperature

Perform dynamic analyses of parts and assemblies:


Simulate time history loading, steady-state harmonic input, response spectrum,
and random vibration excitations

Gain greater control of model actuators with the new servo motors

Understand the effects of temperature changes on parts and assemblies:

Input excitation curves of forces in random vibration analysis

Measure results at any location with the Point Parameter tool

Study conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer

Study stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration with time, as well as


RMS and PSD values for stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration

Graph results variation along any SolidWorks sketch

Utilize isotropic, orthotropic, and temperature-dependent material properties

List results and automatically export data to Microsoft Excel

Simulate composite materials:

View results for velocities, temperatures, and pressures, and probe the
section for results at any location.

Solve large-scale problems quickly and efficiently with two vertical solutions:
Electronics Lab and HVAC

Simulate vibration or buckling in your designs:


Examine how vibrating or unstable modes can shorten equipment life and
cause unexpected failures

Study stress, velocity, and acceleration on objects dropped from


different heights and orientations.

Assess the effects of stiffening under external load on frequency or buckling


response

Electronics Lab evaluates components thermal properties and cooling


requirements. Includes Joule heating simulation, two-resistor component compact
module, heat pipe compact module, and PCB generator

Study multilayer shell bodies to examine the effect of each layer with its own
material properties, thickness, and orientation

Utilize sandwich and graphite or carbon-fiber composites, including


honeycomb and cellular foam

Check a systems expected life or accumulated damage after a specified


number of cycles

Access predefined and validated


attributes for electronic parts
in design.

Validate the performance of


composite materials, including
stiffness and ply failure results.

Utilize simulation to leverage these advanced materials used in an increasing


number of products, from consumer goods to advanced aerospace structures

Use the revolutionary user interface to dynamically control and display ply
orientation directly on your SolidWorks model

Study the effects of cyclic loading on product life:

HVAC Module evaluates air and gas movement in working and living environments.
Includes advanced radiation modeling, comfort parameters, and a large database
of building materials

Plot translations versus time (dynamic


response) at specified locations due
to time-varying loads.

Examine the flow trajectory inside or around the model with animated bands,
3D arrows, pipes, or spheres

Study nonlinear problems that involve


large deformations or changes to load
placement or orientation.

Easily tackle complex problems with the 2D planar simplification tool:

Import load history data from real physical tests to define loading events
Use peak loads from testing or
SolidWorks Motion to estimate the
life of critical components.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry nonlinear analysis

Use 3D CAD models without modification to generate 2D sections

Solve a whole new class of problems


quickly and easily with the new 2D
planar simplification tool.

SOLIDWORKS FLOW SIMULATION

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PROFESSIONAL

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PREMIUM

Easily simulate liquid and gas flow within SolidWorks

Perform virtual testing and analysis of parts and assemblies

Design better products with a comprehensive simulation tool

SolidWorks Flow Simulation software is a powerful computational fluid dynamics


(CFD) tool that enables you to quickly and easily simulate fluid flow, heat transfer,
and fluid forces that are critical to the success of your design.

SolidWorks Simulation Professional extends the capabilities of SolidWorks


Simulation, so you can expand your virtual testing environment to evaluate the
longevity of your design. It also allows you to measure complex load scenarios.

Simulating the real-world response of your design has never been easier. With the
full-featured suite of tools in SolidWorks Simulation Premium, you can reduce the
number of assumptions required in a world that is rarely linear or static.

Access a broad range of physical models and capabilities:

Study and optimize assemblies of all sizes:

Examine flow through your components, over your components, or both via
a combination of internal and external flows

Evaluate forces and stresses between contacting parts, including friction

Use connectors or virtual fasteners to model bolts, pins, springs, and bearings

SolidWorks Simulation Premium software bolsters the depth and the ease of
use of SolidWorks Simulation Professional with additional capabilities, including
a powerful set of tools for simulating nonlinear and dynamic response as well as
composite materials.

Bond components with clearances or gaps, without modification

Apply bearing loads, forces, pressures, and torques

Couple flow with thermal analysis, simulating convection, conduction, and


radiation effects
Let SolidWorks Flow Simulation find the best dimensions or inlet and outlet
conditions that satisfy your design goals, such as force, pressure drop, or velocity

Simulate complex flow problems,


such as this turbo charger with
rotating parts.

Use Trend Tracker and Design Insight plots to drive optimal changes as
you work

Minimize the material usage or


weight of your designs using shape
optimization technology.

Capture the effects of large displacements on your designs:


Examine the large deformations caused by overloads, contact, and


flexible materials

Transition easily between linear and nonlinear simulations

Study nonlinear buckling and snap-through events

Include sophisticated effects like porosity, cavitation, and humidity

Solve flow problems involving non-Newtonian fluids, such as blood and plastic

Simulate the rotation of impellers and fans using rotating coordinate frames

Simulate drop tests using your parts or assemblies:

Simulate products made with nonlinear materials:

Calculate acceleration loads, stresses, and displacements as the components


hit the floor or each other

Analyze assembly motions for process and task workflow with


eventbased simulation:

Leverage an unlimited combination of real-world operating conditions:


Apply inlet velocities, pressures, mass or volume flow rates, and fans

Simulate temperature changes by applying a surface or volume heat sources, and


accounting for solar radiation

Track the behavior of particles suspended in a flow

Apply time- and coordinate-dependent boundary conditions and heat sources

Visualize complex flow results, such


as flow trajectories, section plots,
and surface plot data.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry linear static analysis

Utilize the entirely new user interface to define motion studies based on
model event

Investigate designs with hyperelastic materials, such as rubbers, silicones, and


other elastomers
Conduct an elasto-plastic analysis to study the onset of yield as well as
plastic deformation

Virtually prototype the most


challenging machines with
event-based motion simulation.

Trigger actions through new motion sensors, time, or the completion of a


previous task

Gain valuable insights with powerful and intuitive results visualization tools:

Utilize section plots to study the distribution of results quantities, including


velocity, pressure, vorticity, temperature, and mass fraction

Examine creep effects and material changes with temperature

Perform dynamic analyses of parts and assemblies:


Simulate time history loading, steady-state harmonic input, response spectrum,
and random vibration excitations

Gain greater control of model actuators with the new servo motors

Understand the effects of temperature changes on parts and assemblies:

Input excitation curves of forces in random vibration analysis

Measure results at any location with the Point Parameter tool

Study conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer

Study stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration with time, as well as


RMS and PSD values for stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration

Graph results variation along any SolidWorks sketch

Utilize isotropic, orthotropic, and temperature-dependent material properties

List results and automatically export data to Microsoft Excel

Simulate composite materials:

View results for velocities, temperatures, and pressures, and probe the
section for results at any location.

Solve large-scale problems quickly and efficiently with two vertical solutions:
Electronics Lab and HVAC

Simulate vibration or buckling in your designs:


Examine how vibrating or unstable modes can shorten equipment life and
cause unexpected failures

Study stress, velocity, and acceleration on objects dropped from


different heights and orientations.

Assess the effects of stiffening under external load on frequency or buckling


response

Electronics Lab evaluates components thermal properties and cooling


requirements. Includes Joule heating simulation, two-resistor component compact
module, heat pipe compact module, and PCB generator

Study multilayer shell bodies to examine the effect of each layer with its own
material properties, thickness, and orientation

Utilize sandwich and graphite or carbon-fiber composites, including


honeycomb and cellular foam

Check a systems expected life or accumulated damage after a specified


number of cycles

Access predefined and validated


attributes for electronic parts
in design.

Validate the performance of


composite materials, including
stiffness and ply failure results.

Utilize simulation to leverage these advanced materials used in an increasing


number of products, from consumer goods to advanced aerospace structures

Use the revolutionary user interface to dynamically control and display ply
orientation directly on your SolidWorks model

Study the effects of cyclic loading on product life:

HVAC Module evaluates air and gas movement in working and living environments.
Includes advanced radiation modeling, comfort parameters, and a large database
of building materials

Plot translations versus time (dynamic


response) at specified locations due
to time-varying loads.

Examine the flow trajectory inside or around the model with animated bands,
3D arrows, pipes, or spheres

Study nonlinear problems that involve


large deformations or changes to load
placement or orientation.

Easily tackle complex problems with the 2D planar simplification tool:

Import load history data from real physical tests to define loading events
Use peak loads from testing or
SolidWorks Motion to estimate the
life of critical components.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry nonlinear analysis

Use 3D CAD models without modification to generate 2D sections

Solve a whole new class of problems


quickly and easily with the new 2D
planar simplification tool.

SOLIDWORKS FLOW SIMULATION

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PROFESSIONAL

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION PREMIUM

Easily simulate liquid and gas flow within SolidWorks

Perform virtual testing and analysis of parts and assemblies

Design better products with a comprehensive simulation tool

SolidWorks Flow Simulation software is a powerful computational fluid dynamics


(CFD) tool that enables you to quickly and easily simulate fluid flow, heat transfer,
and fluid forces that are critical to the success of your design.

SolidWorks Simulation Professional extends the capabilities of SolidWorks


Simulation, so you can expand your virtual testing environment to evaluate the
longevity of your design. It also allows you to measure complex load scenarios.

Simulating the real-world response of your design has never been easier. With the
full-featured suite of tools in SolidWorks Simulation Premium, you can reduce the
number of assumptions required in a world that is rarely linear or static.

Access a broad range of physical models and capabilities:

Study and optimize assemblies of all sizes:

Examine flow through your components, over your components, or both via
a combination of internal and external flows

Evaluate forces and stresses between contacting parts, including friction

Use connectors or virtual fasteners to model bolts, pins, springs, and bearings

SolidWorks Simulation Premium software bolsters the depth and the ease of
use of SolidWorks Simulation Professional with additional capabilities, including
a powerful set of tools for simulating nonlinear and dynamic response as well as
composite materials.

Bond components with clearances or gaps, without modification

Apply bearing loads, forces, pressures, and torques

Couple flow with thermal analysis, simulating convection, conduction, and


radiation effects
Let SolidWorks Flow Simulation find the best dimensions or inlet and outlet
conditions that satisfy your design goals, such as force, pressure drop, or velocity

Simulate complex flow problems,


such as this turbo charger with
rotating parts.

Use Trend Tracker and Design Insight plots to drive optimal changes as
you work

Minimize the material usage or


weight of your designs using shape
optimization technology.

Capture the effects of large displacements on your designs:


Examine the large deformations caused by overloads, contact, and


flexible materials

Transition easily between linear and nonlinear simulations

Study nonlinear buckling and snap-through events

Include sophisticated effects like porosity, cavitation, and humidity

Solve flow problems involving non-Newtonian fluids, such as blood and plastic

Simulate the rotation of impellers and fans using rotating coordinate frames

Simulate drop tests using your parts or assemblies:

Simulate products made with nonlinear materials:

Calculate acceleration loads, stresses, and displacements as the components


hit the floor or each other

Analyze assembly motions for process and task workflow with


eventbased simulation:

Leverage an unlimited combination of real-world operating conditions:


Apply inlet velocities, pressures, mass or volume flow rates, and fans

Simulate temperature changes by applying a surface or volume heat sources, and


accounting for solar radiation

Track the behavior of particles suspended in a flow

Apply time- and coordinate-dependent boundary conditions and heat sources

Visualize complex flow results, such


as flow trajectories, section plots,
and surface plot data.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry linear static analysis

Utilize the entirely new user interface to define motion studies based on
model event

Investigate designs with hyperelastic materials, such as rubbers, silicones, and


other elastomers
Conduct an elasto-plastic analysis to study the onset of yield as well as
plastic deformation

Virtually prototype the most


challenging machines with
event-based motion simulation.

Trigger actions through new motion sensors, time, or the completion of a


previous task

Gain valuable insights with powerful and intuitive results visualization tools:

Utilize section plots to study the distribution of results quantities, including


velocity, pressure, vorticity, temperature, and mass fraction

Examine creep effects and material changes with temperature

Perform dynamic analyses of parts and assemblies:


Simulate time history loading, steady-state harmonic input, response spectrum,
and random vibration excitations

Gain greater control of model actuators with the new servo motors

Understand the effects of temperature changes on parts and assemblies:

Input excitation curves of forces in random vibration analysis

Measure results at any location with the Point Parameter tool

Study conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer

Study stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration with time, as well as


RMS and PSD values for stress, displacement, velocity, and acceleration

Graph results variation along any SolidWorks sketch

Utilize isotropic, orthotropic, and temperature-dependent material properties

List results and automatically export data to Microsoft Excel

Simulate composite materials:

View results for velocities, temperatures, and pressures, and probe the
section for results at any location.

Solve large-scale problems quickly and efficiently with two vertical solutions:
Electronics Lab and HVAC

Simulate vibration or buckling in your designs:


Examine how vibrating or unstable modes can shorten equipment life and
cause unexpected failures

Study stress, velocity, and acceleration on objects dropped from


different heights and orientations.

Assess the effects of stiffening under external load on frequency or buckling


response

Electronics Lab evaluates components thermal properties and cooling


requirements. Includes Joule heating simulation, two-resistor component compact
module, heat pipe compact module, and PCB generator

Study multilayer shell bodies to examine the effect of each layer with its own
material properties, thickness, and orientation

Utilize sandwich and graphite or carbon-fiber composites, including


honeycomb and cellular foam

Check a systems expected life or accumulated damage after a specified


number of cycles

Access predefined and validated


attributes for electronic parts
in design.

Validate the performance of


composite materials, including
stiffness and ply failure results.

Utilize simulation to leverage these advanced materials used in an increasing


number of products, from consumer goods to advanced aerospace structures

Use the revolutionary user interface to dynamically control and display ply
orientation directly on your SolidWorks model

Study the effects of cyclic loading on product life:

HVAC Module evaluates air and gas movement in working and living environments.
Includes advanced radiation modeling, comfort parameters, and a large database
of building materials

Plot translations versus time (dynamic


response) at specified locations due
to time-varying loads.

Examine the flow trajectory inside or around the model with animated bands,
3D arrows, pipes, or spheres

Study nonlinear problems that involve


large deformations or changes to load
placement or orientation.

Easily tackle complex problems with the 2D planar simplification tool:

Import load history data from real physical tests to define loading events
Use peak loads from testing or
SolidWorks Motion to estimate the
life of critical components.

Create plane stress, plane strain, and axisymmetry nonlinear analysis

Use 3D CAD models without modification to generate 2D sections

Solve a whole new class of problems


quickly and easily with the new 2D
planar simplification tool.

SOLIDWORKS SIMULATION
Innovation is about taking chances, not taking risks

What if? is the question that fuels innovation.


SolidWorks Simulation software takes the risk
out of what if and replaces it with an infinite
canvas to virtually test new ideas and bring
products to market faster.
SolidWorks Simulation is a complete suite of structural, functional, and flow analysis applications for every
designer in the product development process. The software is easy to use, yet powerful enough to tackle the
most complex design issues. It helps you to predict the performance of your design under real-world operating
conditions and to detect problems and correct them before prototyping, tooling, and production.
Integrated with the SolidWorks 3D CAD environment, SolidWorks Simulation unleashes your innovation by letting
you experiment with new configurations and materials as you designwhen innovation is free, but potential gains
are worth millions.

Dassault Systmes
SolidWorks Corp.
300 Baker Avenue
Concord, MA 01742 USA
Phone: 1 800 693 9000
Outside the US: +1 978 371 5011
Email: info@solidworks.com
www.solidworks.com

SolidWorks is a registered trademark of Dassault Systmes SolidWorks Corp. Other brand and product names are trademarks of their
respective owners. 2010 Dassault Systmes. All rights reserved. MKSIMDSENG0810

Scootchi by
Curventa Designworks LTD